After 1918 on the Rhine
At the end of the Great War, all of Europea was profoundly affected by the experience. In the Upper Rhine region, new border controls divided the population. France annexed Alsace, Germany became a republic and Switzerland remained an isolated European state. This period of history was one of marked by poverty and crises, yet it was also a time where our modern society started to take shape. The exposition elaborates these changes throught the period of 1918-1823 and compares the experiences felt in France, Germany and Switzerland.